Founded in 2020 by Cambridge University Music graduates Hermione Kellow and Pia Rose Scattergood, Apocalypse Music is committed to supporting the music industry as a whole.
By promoting new music across all genres and interviewing industry professionals, Apocalypse Music delivers an optimistic vision for the future. A future in which creativity is allowed to thrive and the industry adapts to unprecedented circumstances.
Featuring a weekly podcast, features, interviews and our very own ‘Apocalypse Sessions’ join us as we attempt to navigate this new musical landscape.
Hermione Kellow is a Music Publicist and Journalist with an extensive background in classical music performance. Having attended the Royal College of Music Junior Department as a Violinist, she has just graduated with a degree in Music from Queens’ College, Cambridge. During her time at Cambridge, Hermione was President of Cambridge University Orchestra (2018-2019) and managed the University Music Society 2019 Tour to Krakow.
Hermione writes regularly for various online music publications and has interviewed and reviewed a number of high profile artists including Dan Croll, Nilufer Yanya and Zak Abel.
She is keen to use Apocalypse Music to shine a light on the breadth of roles and variety across the industry, highlighting the wider cultural importance of music making.
Pia Rose Scattergood is a Composer and Performer based in London. Having recently graduated from Clare College, Cambridge with a degree in Music, she is now doing a Masters in Composition at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Pia is delighted to be working with a number of ensembles and institutions in 2020-21, including the London School of Contemporary Dance, EXAUDI and ImPossibilities @ EFG London Jazz Festival. She enjoys working collaboratively across art forms, with a particular emphasis on improvisation, ambient soundscapes, and the exploration of textual/graphic scores.
She sees Apocalypse Music as a timely and important way of promoting the creative work of lesser-known artistic voices across the industry, with a view to initiating and developing relationships through live events and co-creation.
Charlie Hewitt is a Freelance Events Specialist and Production Coordinator. He attended Leeds College of Music to study a degree in Music Business. Alongside his degree, Charlie continued to play Double Bass as a freelance musician playing in large orchestras, taking part in various recordings and working in the pit at theatres.
After graduation, Charlie took the plunge to work full-time in the events industry. This led to him traveling all over the world, helping to manage some of the largest music festivals out there, ranging from Coachella in America, Envision in Costa Rica and MDL Beast in Saudi Arabia.
Combining the knowledge he gained in all of these different cultures he hopes to steer Apocalypse Music in an upward trend to become one of the largest music industry resources for new music, podcasts and interviews.